Making Democracy Work

Stands on Issues

The League uses its positions to advocate for policies that it believes would best serve the public interest.

League advocacy begins with members selecting, studying and seeking consensus on issues which are of public concern. When consensus is achieved, the League has a position. The League uses its positions to advocate for policies, legislation and ballot measures which it believes would best serve the public interest and against proposals which are in conflict with those goals.

The League of Women Voters of Santa Cruz County has positions on local issues in the following areas:

See also statewide positions of the League of Women Voters of California and nationwide positions of the League of Women Voters of the United States.